Oxford Child Sex Abuse Suspect Loses Five-Year Battle For Anonymity | Child Protection | The Guardian


Oxford Child Sex Abuse Suspect Loses Five-Year Battle For Anonymity | Child Protection | The Guardian

Updated on Tuesday 13 July 2021

Two pairs of brothers from Oxford who were among seven men who abused girls as part of a sadistic sex grooming ring have been jailed for life.

Video: Oxford grooming sex case: Brothers jailed for life

The girls were mostly chosen because their unsettled or troubled lives made them easier to manipulate.

Supreme court rules Tariq Khuja, who was arrested but not charged, cannot rely on human rights laws to keep identity secret
— Read on amp.theguardian.com/society/2017/jul/19/oxford-child-sex-abuse-suspect-loses-five-year-battle-for-anonymity

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